Hoping to work or study in the United States? You might like to think twice about your social media posts because now, all visa applicants are required to disclose their social media user names.
A new law in South Africa could see dishonest job applicants spend up to five years behind bars. So if you’ve got a few inconsistencies on your CV, perhaps now’s a good time to tidy it up?
Daniel Chilcott, General Manager of Learning and HR Services at Programmed, has some crucial advice on how companies can manage their risk appetite with new hires. Implementing a standardised approach to screening in your workplace can significantly minimise the risks associated with recruiting.
Every role has unique screening requirements but there are three essential pre employment checks that every business should be conducting. CVCheck’s Andrew Maffett explains why running these particular checks as a minimum, is crucial in the digital age.
Bad hires can be a serious blow to your corporate brand. Here’s how the right hiring practices can help you avoid poor recruitment decisions and protect your reputation.
If you haven’t adopted a risk-based approach to your recruitment, chances are you haven’t got a clear picture of your candidate, and that makes it difficult to be confident in your hiring decision. Look into these case studies with our Chief Commercial Officer, Andrew Maffett, to understand the benefits of risk-based employment screening and how to put this into practice in your workplace.
Banks, insurers and creditors are increasingly demanding that customers provide detailed anti-corruption due-diligence information before starting a business relationship. So what role do HR and hiring managers have to play?
Between 20% to 30% of job applications contain some form of false information according to a recent report of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). For hiring managers, a compliance framework for screening employees should be a crucial component of the recruitment process.
Great staff are hard to find, so when you do have a superstar employee who’s a fountain of company knowledge, you want to retain them. The reality, however, is that people move on, and that’s okay – as long as you’ve set up an effective knowledge management system.
As a respected aged care operator fast approaching its 50th birthday, Amaroo Village in WA knows that hiring the right staff is key to protecting its residents and its reputation.